Tilbage

Innovative Sexuality Education Project III

Organisation:

Axis

Pulje:

Civilsamfundspuljen

Bevillingstype:

Projekt D (1 - 3 mio)

Projekt start:

01.04.2016

Projekt slut:

31.03.2019

Beviliget beløb:

1.858.006,00 kr.

Indsatsen foregår i følgende lande:

  • Ghana

Lokale partnere:

  • NORSAAC

Overordnede mål :

Young people (aged 12-25) in Northern Region, Ghana have adequate knowledge and exercise their sexual and reproductive health and rights.

Umiddelbare mål :

By 31st March 2019, Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) is implemented and taught in schools in all districts in Northern Region, Ghana, using the SRHR model By 31st March 2019, the Council for Tertiary Education in Northern Region has acknowledged the need for CSE and is prepared to include it in teacher-training colleges.

Målgrupper :

The project will be implemented in Northern Region, focusing on 20 districts, targeting directorates of GES, as well as the Council for Tertiary Education in Northern Region. The primary target group is different staff from regional GES (620) and members of the Council for Tertiary Education (12). The secondary target group consist of students between 12-25 years (47.970), members of Parent teacher Associations (705), teachers (4.264), heads of schools (705), district GES staff (100), TTAG members (15) and students from the teacher-training colleges (800).

Resume:

Projektets fokus er Seksuel og Reproduktiv Sundhed og Rettigheder i Ghana. I dette projekt ønsker vi at styrke viden om sundhed og rettigheder blandt de 12-25 årige i Northern Region, samt få styrket fokus på vigtigheden af seksualundervisning i skolerne. Målene er: 1) Seksualundervisning er implementeret af uddannelsesmyndighederne med støtte fra projektet og bliver undervist i Junior og Senior High Schools, 2) at et råd for videregående uddannelse har udviklet en plan for hvordan seksualundervisning bliver inkluderet i læreruddannelsen. Projektet skal implementeres i 20 af de 26 distrikter i Northern Region. Projektets succes forudsætter et fortsat godt samarbejde med regionale myndigheder samt at de primære interessenter fortsætter deres interesse og engagement i projektet.